34th Annual Apex PRD Foundation Golf Tournament draws a crowd on a perfect day

Golfers were treated to a perfect late-summer day on September 19 at Indian Tree Golf Club, 7555 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada. They arrived bright and early at one of the premier Denver golf courses for an 8 am shotgun start, and enjoyed a great morning outdoors. The tournament is perennially popular and successful for many reasons:

  • All tournament proceeds go toward a great cause – community recreation, thanks to event sponsors and the Apex Park and Recreation District Foundation
  • The event is held at a first-class venue – Indian Tree Golf Club
  • A bargain price with lots of extras – coffee, breakfast burritos, lunch, free range balls, golf cart, polo shirt, free on-course beverages, prizes, awards and a silent auction
  • Outstanding sponsor/donor support
  • Excellent company!

Here are the results from this year’s tournament:

Men’s A Flight

First-Bob Leid, Bill Riffel, Roxy Vendena, Frank Cyr

Second-Daryl Ribble, Scott Harbaugh, Scotty Harbaugh, John Timberman

Third-Charlie Karl, Jeremy Young, Rick Wagner, Rory O’Leary

Men’s B Flight

First-Jonathan Rains, Brian Bertsen, Eric McMaster, Mike Poster

Second-Tom McDaris, Mark Kelly, Randy Edwards, Mike Kenney

Third-Paul DeAndrea, Anthony Aguilar, Arik Heim, Bob Sandidge

Women’s Flight

First-Carrie Gomer, Becky Smunk, Stephanie Allen, Jacque Buttrick

Second-Barb Miley, Becky Millett, Deb Reeves, Lori Moss

Mixed-Men/Women

First-Jim Nealon, Jan Carter, Jay Hanson, Donna Deckeer

Second-Bob McGraw, Marjie McGraw, Dale DeJacamo, Andrea Van Dyke

Third-Jan Eckhardt, John Bracken, Steve Sheeman, Vaughn Loudner

Longest Putt #9 M-David Schefer W-Becky Millett

Longest Drive #16 M-Bryan Stelmack W-Sheri Hines

Closest to Pin #17 M-Mike Postel W-Carrie Gomer

Find out more about this and other Apex PRD Foundation events at foundation.apexprd.org. Once again, many thanks to the Apex Park and Recreation District Foundation and all the event sponsors and donors for helping to improve community recreation.